Following my recent liberation I confirm that I’m stuffed of drawing digitally and I will now only use paper for this purpose (because paper, I love you). However, I deeply enjoyed killing hours of commuting scratching my little screen and transforming a boring routine into an exciting one.
Cycles, life cycles, activity cycles, it’s all very circular and this is not the first time I hear myself thinking I want to go back sketching on paper rather than on my old and scratchy Nintendo DS screen. I had enough and, during my last Eurostar trip, I’ve started enjoying my new Moleskine and fine Bic more than I expected.
Again, I love you paper, so much.
An illustration based on a friend’s travel experience featuring Manbox.
Here is the latest of my commute time compressing sessions.
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During last November I’ve been involved in Movember, a charity to raise money for prostate cancer research. The idea is to grow a moustache during November with a wet shave on the 1st and a continuous trimming until the 30th. I’ve been part of an hairy team of work mates and the whole experience as been very funny and charity-efficient as we raised more than one thousand pounds at the end.
C’est incroyable un blog: pas de nouveau post depuis 3 semaines et chaque jour j’entend une voix (la mienne surement) qui me rappelle qu’un blog c’est comme une plante, si on l’arrose pas ça sèche et puis sa meurt. J’ai jamais su maintenir une plante. Allez hop, un petit bilan s’impose!